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Ireland should maintain their winning ways when they tackle Scotland in the Electric Ireland u20 Six Nations Championship match under the Dubarry Park, Athlone, floodlights tonight, Friday March 9, kick off 7pm. Ireland have three wins from three starts and should account for the visitors who are rock bottom of the league table after shifting heavy defeats in their fixtures to date.
The Minis section of Buccaneers Rugby Football Club has been short-listed as one of just 23 groups from all around the country for the EBS National Community Fund 2012 awards. As a result, the underage arm of the club has been presented with €500 by Sheila Martin, manager, EBS, Athlone as the local winner.
After an opening day win, Corinthians are back at Cloonacauneen for their first home Ulster Bank League fixture when they entertain City of Derry on Saturday (2.30pm).
The newly-structured Ulster Bank League kicks off this weekend, and there is much at stake for Connacht clubs this season.
Connacht tackle Munster in the final round of this season’s u20 Interprovincial Rugby Championship at Dubarry Park this Friday afternoon where a home win in Athlone will guarantee Connacht the title. This hugely anticipated encounter kicks off at 4pm.
Corinthians outplayed the Connemara All Blacks on Friday evening in their annual Connacht Senior League game, racking up a 52-5 victory.
Buccaneers resume All Ireland League action this Saturday when high flying Bruff make a first senior visit to Athlone for a hugely anticipated division 1B clash at Dubarry Park, kick off 2.30pm. The Limerick club, playing at this level for the first time in their short AIL history, have really been on a roll since Buccs defeated them at Kilballyowen Park in their opening home game of this campaign. They have lost just once in the interim and are proving cup specialists with a first ever Munster Senior Cup triumph and have since progressed to the final of the new look All Ireland Senior Cup following a last kick 24-22 win over UCD in the semi-final last Sunday.
City rivals Galwegians and Corinthians will meet again this year in the Connacht Senior Cup final.
Monivea face their final and deciding round-robin AIB League qualifier on Saturday when they host fellow promotion hopefuls Seapoint at Judges Road (2.30pm).
Galway’s two city rugby clubs enjoyed a successful weekend with both securing vital victories in the AIB League.